Forty years ago, radio broadcaster and historian Studs Terkel interviewed ordinary Americans from every walk of life about their jobs. The result was the highly acclaimed book Working, a compelling account of the challenges and responsibilities of work and the meaning derived from it.
Inspired by Terkel’s book, students in journalism classes at the University of Cincinnati recently interviewed a dozen men and women in the Cincinnati area about their jobs. They captured the workers’ likes and dislikes, fears, problems and satisfactions – in text, photos and video.
Continued at ucjournalism.org/archives/2036
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